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asked on Sep 4, 2017 at 21:08
by   JINGJING
edited on Oct 17, 2017 at 08:05
 
I want to know if my father shares his naked picture on porn video, will he be jailed and fined? How much is the fine and jail term?
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answered on Sep 4, 2017 at 22:01
by   jeff005
edited Oct 17, 2017 at 08:09
 
share his naked picture on porn video
No harm done, if someone makes a complaint to the relevant authorities means she/he or he/she is also watching porn. The reporter is also watching smuts too. If your father "sends" it to a woman who felt offended or humiliated, then he might be fined maybe RM1,00 for showing off. No jail term! Unless he uses his naked pics to solicit sexual adventures.

Just personal opinion!

Why? You managed to peek into his computer? That is violation and intrusion of personal rights and if caught, it is jail and/or fine for you. Would you like your father "stalking" into your handphone or computer?

Are you over 18 (age of consent to watch smuts videos and pictures)? Your father can share pics but not "act" in it (videos).
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answered on Sep 4, 2017 at 22:28
by   vkpc
There is a syndicate going around in WeChat pretending to be females.
After fren and chat for a while, they will send their sexy photos in lingerie ( which is legal )
and then ask you to send pictures of yourself naked or pictures of your private part.

Once they received such pictures, they will blackmail you for money by threatening to send the pics to  your relatives or report to the police.
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answered on Sep 4, 2017 at 22:32
by   vkpc
how much is the fine and jail?

Normally for such an offence, the maximum penalty is RM 2,000 fine or 6 months jail or both.
However, if plead guilty early, the typical sentence is RM 1,000 to RM 1,500 without jail.
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answered on Sep 12, 2017 at 21:55
by   albert23
edited Oct 17, 2017 at 08:28
 
@vkpc

You sure the fine only RM 1,000 to RM 1,500? I found it on Wikipedia that in Malaysia, it is illegal to sell or possess pornography. Possessing pornographic material is subject to prosecution with a maximum punishment of five years in prison and RM50,000 (US$13,292 or £7,374) in fines.
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answered on Sep 13, 2017 at 03:07
by   anoymous
edited Oct 17, 2017 at 08:34
 
@jeff005, thank you for your answer. My father posted his own naked picture and video on p0rnhub, not me posted it. He didn't send it to women.

I am worried that he'll be jailed so I want to make sure how much the fine and how long he'll be jailed?

@vkpc, thank you for your answer too. Are you sure only fine RM1,000 - RM1,500?
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answered on Sep 13, 2017 at 03:27
by   vkpc
are you sure only fine RM1,000 - RM1,500 ?

This is typical/average fine for previous convictions but may vary depending on facts of case or judge.
Has your father been charged?
Who reported him?
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answered on Sep 13, 2017 at 03:30
by   jeff005
edited Sep 13, 2017 at 03:37
by   jeff005
@ anoymous

Porn-hubs are everywhere. To be able to post pics, one must register with email address. Once the system detect that the IP address is from Malaysia, it would be diverted to another server located in another country. There are many forms of diversion. No laws are broken as normally those countries are porn acceptable countries. Drugs abuse is illegal and for distribution, one may get the death sentence, why is that there are so many drugs addicts/abusers in most countries? And not many are caught?

Malaysia is a Muslim country as such laws is in place for no porn and/or pornography. So long as if your father is in Malaysia and do not distribute individually his artistic pics, or solicit for free sex or paid sexual activities inside Malaysia, there is virtually no chance of him getting caught and be punished. 

Let him be what he has  been wishing to do/perform, a Man's  Thingy..
It takes a lot of courage to do it.
Women does that do..!!
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answered on Sep 13, 2017 at 15:42
by   anoymous
edited Oct 17, 2017 at 08:46
 
@jeff005, really? I should not be worried? @albert posted that it is to sell or possess pornography in Malaysia and subject to prosecution with a maximum punishment of five years in prison and RM50,000 (US$13,292 or £7,374) in fines. I am very worried.

Here is what I found on other legal site: When it comes to illegal selling and possessing pornographic materials, the person that commits an offence and when incriminated can be punished with a fine not less that RM 10,000 and not more than RM50,000 or jailed for a term not more that 5 years or both.
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answered on Sep 14, 2017 at 17:19
by   jeff005
edited Oct 17, 2017 at 08:55
 
illegal selling and possessing pornographic materials
My interpretation is :-
Illegal selling and possession of pornographic materials (including sex toys) is different from possession of pornographic "contents".

How to fight in a court of law? There are gray areas in some law definitions..

What about those sex toys that people sell to the underprivileged youths or OKU's?
So, if you have a copy of Playboy or Playgurl or Playmates, you would be jailed and fined RM50,000?

Hey, when playing with Barbie toys, dressing and undressing the Barbie girl can be regarded as "pornographic" contents. No wonder the Saudis' banned these toys..!!
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